Novotel Mechelen Centrum
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Milicatoskovic stayed here on Aug 9, 2014 during their trip titled: Milicatoskovic's Great Adventure.
We went for a walk to the Grote Markt, found the information centre and got a wealth of information from the lady there. From there we went shopping for food for lunch. Had lunch and went walking. Again what an interesting and beautiful town Mechelen is, I really loved it. There is so much to see here and do. I also found the railway station and information to assist me on my train journey for ...
... stroll back into town, round the Grand Place and surrounding streets. The Grand Place is a huge square lined with huge beautiful gothic buildings. We stopped for some tea and a spontaneous gymnastics demonstration took place in front of us! We went to see the Mannekin Pis which is a small fountain consisting of a boy peeing into a pond - very odd and all the souvenir ...
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Bruges is a much more quaint city than Brussels, and we decided on our walk to the hostel that we already liked it more. After dropping our bags in our room, it was time to walk again. The main Bruges square is almost as impressive as Grand-Place in Brussels, and Bruges actually has two squares next to each other, so it might be even more impressive. The Belfry tower actually leans 1.5 meters to the left as they built ...
... had enough strength to venture out into the cold, um, SUMMER weather, and we decided to hit up a museum for the afternoon. We decided on the MIM, Brussels' "Musical Instrument Museum". This place was founded in 1877, in order to show ancient instruments to Belgian students at the Royal Musical Conservatory. The museum features hundreds of antique instruments, many of which date from at least the early 1800s, though many date even earlier. When you enter the MIM, you get ...